As part of the celebrations for the Estorick Collection's 20th anniversary, we are delighted to announce a new special display which includes two masterpieces on loan from the collection of major Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo, this selection of works by Boccioni explores the evolution of his art over the course of his career. The loans will be complemented by paintings and drawings from the Estorick’s permanent collection, reflecting his mastery of the Divisionist technique, his encounter with Futurist ideas and the impact of the Cubist aesthetic.
Woman + Landscape: Umberto Boccioni, 1907-1912 will be on display from Wednesday 21 November 2018 until Sunday 20 January 2019.
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23 June 2019Last chance - Who's Afraid of Drawing? and Eva Marisaldi's intervention end today. Fabio Mauri, End Screen, 1960s Eva Marisaldi, Three Lines on Depero #1-3, 2019
22 June 2019Boccioni realised many preparatory works before painting his masterpiece The City Rises. Can you spot differences and similarities among these two works? Study for The City Rises, Ink on paper, Collezione Ramo Study for The City Rises, tempera on paper, Estorick Collection